Where a blockbuster art show and outlandish couture collide.
Twenty nine year-old Sydney Artist Abdul Abdullah can trace his family's history in Australia back the days of convicts, but he says he's being increasingly treated as a threat by his fellow countrymen.
Islamic sermons, accent analysis, and eavesdropping potato-chip packets are some of the topics linked by the 29-year-old's electrifying art, on display this week at both the New Museum Triennial and the Armory Show.
A selection of photos from this morning's press preview of MoMA's blockbuster Björk retrospective.
Over the past decade, Myuran Sukumaran has painted countless portraits of those around him. With he and Andrew Chan's executions possibly days away, we asked some artists to return the favour.
Alex Da Corte's latest large-scale installation is all about dementia, memory, and recontextualization. It's also fucking terrifying.
We had 15 artists draw the late, great Leonard Nimoy.
Following her instincts, artist and designer Leanne Wijnsma digs tunnels in the middle of European cities.
The two new films both use murder as a backdrop, but one goes for laughs and the other creates a darker mood.
The performance Discotropic—premiering tonight, February 27, at the New Museum's Triennial—is the cosmic intersection of science fiction, classical dance, queer politics, and one fierce black headdress.
Brisbane's Gallery of Modern Art has banned selfie sticks, presumably after too many people swung them close to art in the pursuit of the perfect #artselfie.
"I embrace change. Sometimes it can be hard to see, but it's the way life is. You gotta embrace it, or you're gonna be a bitter old man, you know?"
An attempt to preserve a stencil of a girl holding an atomic bomb recently failed when an anonymous vandal wrote "GRAFITTI" (sic) all over it.
When New Zealand artist Peter Stichbury was seven, he thought he saw something shoot across the sky in broad daylight. Forty years later, Stichbury is as enraptured by UFOs as ever and devotes his work to them.
How did it take so long for this to exist?
That it took me until I turned 27 to recognize my own mortality is ironic, considering that I was diagnosed with a never-before-seen combination of two strains of leukemia when I was 15.
In anticipation of the celebrated artist's upcoming retrospective at the Brooklyn Museum, I talked with Wiley about what's changed in his life since his first solo show at the same museum almost exactly ten years ago.
A North London gallery owner found a few Charles Bronson sketches gathering dust in a drawer.
Successful video games allow players many options in as few clicks as possible. That's great for users, and difficult for developers.
A new exhibition in London celebrates the contributions of black Britons to British culture.
Studio C&C is staging an exhibition in reaction to seasonal affective disorder, a form of depression often experienced during winter.
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Among the war machines at the world's largest airbase, photographer Edmund Clark realized that the only Afghanistan workers really see is the one depicted in paintings by local artists hanging on the walls of its mess halls.
Walking into the show is nothing but delightful: The colors pop and are probably perfect regardless or because of their ability to fuck with your psychology and wake you up at four in the morning.